Center Community Members Share What Queer Persistence Looks Like to Them
Throughout August, The Center has been celebrating #QueerPersistence. We’re honoring the birthdays of LGBTQ+ legends like Gladys Bentley and Marsha P. Johnson, voting in the New York State primary election, recognizing important dates such as Black Women’s Equal Pay Day and International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, and preparing for summer’s ending.
All of this makes August a unique time for our community—one of simultaneous celebration, awareness-raising and mobilizing against continuous threats, reflection on our collective past, and gathering strength for our futures.
Get a glimpse of what #QueerPersistence looks like for The Center’s community.